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1. McKenzie Practitioner
(Allan Besselink, PT, Dip.MDT - Director)
Allan is one of approximately 300 practitioners internationally that have attained the Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy from the McKenzie Institute International in New Zealand, the highest

2. Physical Therapist / Physiotherapist
(Allan Besselink, PT, Dip.MDT - Director)
...d States National Track and Field team at the 1994 World Cup of Athletics in London, the 1997 World Cup Racewalk in Prague, and the 2001 World Half Marathon Championships in Bristol. Allan has been a ...

3. Smart Life Manifesto
(What is SSI?) and systemic transformation via mentorship in all aspects of clinical and coaching practice. 4. Embrace a synergistic relationship between client and clinician to foster the growth and learning o...

4. Disturbing Trends For Healthcare In Texas
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...s tell it, they've got all the answers on health care and it's up to the rest of us to sit, wait and embrace whatever solution - if any - they may eventually provide. I find this troubling, since stat...
Thursday, 18 March 2010

5. Is Running Becoming A Health Risk?
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...tes have also climbed, with some studies reporting that 90 percent of those who train for the 26.2-mile race sustain injuries in the process". Generally speaking, the data would indicate that 60% of r...
Sunday, 29 November 2009

...ild your sport performance capacity via a great percentage of your run training being done at your goal race pace or faster. This will typically be done in interval format. I have termed these sessi...
Wednesday, 18 November 2009

7. The Rules Of Triathlon
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...e triathletes out there that are doing events sanctioned by these bodies. Suffice it to say that in the races that I have either participated in or have viewed as a spectator, there have been plenty o...
Thursday, 29 October 2009

...   This episode's special guest will be Joe Prusaitis, Austin ultrarunner, coach, and race director. He has completed his share of 100 mile and longer runs, including 82 ultras - 2...
Saturday, 15 August 2009

...ersity Twilight meet a week later, making her the number one ranked athlete in her age group. Rita will race in the Canadian Masters Championships later this month.   Photos can be fo...
Monday, 06 July 2009

...ance Run all in the same year.   - Joe Prusaitis is an Austin ultrarunner, coach, and race director. He has also completed his share of 100 mile and longer runs, including 82 ultras ...
Saturday, 09 May 2009

11. The Reality Of Aero
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...  And much of it revolves around the supposed benefits of aero on the cycling segment of the race.   As luck and life would have it, I did a lot of research into aerodynam...
Sunday, 12 October 2008

12. Usain, Michael, And Lance
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...ion not only for swimming but for bringing his sport to those who had perhaps yet to discover it. Each race finish was sheer joy as well. As for Lance, well, his passion for the sport of cycling co...
Thursday, 11 September 2008

...Good luck to Greg Hogan, Katherine Malm, Christine Jones, Hugh Ayles, Robin Warnken, and Teresa Carney. Race Smart! ...
Tuesday, 09 September 2008

14. Noise
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
It's a noisy world we live in.   "Noise" is not just of the "sound" variety. We are bombarded with sensory information all day long. It is a 24/7 process. We live in a wor
Tuesday, 08 July 2008

15. Recovery: The Forgotten Training Tool
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...s Story. Here's a sample from the article from CyclingNews:   Riccò has not officially raced since finishing second overall in the Giro d'Italia, where he also claim...
Thursday, 26 June 2008

16. The Comfort Zone
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...requires challenging your belief systems. Once I put it in those terms, it was a no-brainer for me - embrace it. The problem is, it didn't come without a huge emotional response. This was informa...
Friday, 29 February 2008

17. Eight Ways To Ruin A Marathon
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...know when to run". Your best training is already in the bank - now let it accrue interest for your race day payday! 2. Don't develop a race plan. You mean I actually need to know when to con...
Wednesday, 06 February 2008

18. A Smart Life In 2008
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge) and systemic transformation via mentorship in all aspects of clinical and coaching practice. 4. Embrace a synergistic relationship between client and clinician to foster the growth and learning o...
Tuesday, 01 January 2008

19. Reflections On Kona 2007
(Blog/Thoughts From The Edge)
...29th Ironman Hawaii World Championships in Kona this past weekend. Once again, we were given an amazing race with some amazing human performances. Every time I've been to Kona I have been reminded of ...
Wednesday, 17 October 2007

20. "Base" Happens
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...essions that are cyclical and cover the full training year (excluding rest/recovery phases after a goal race, etc). These are the neuromuscular power session and the neuromuscular efficiency session. ...
Thursday, 07 June 2007

...which gives additional details. Any help at all is greatly appreciated." Donation link: ...
Tuesday, 06 March 2007

22. Miles 25 and 26 were my fastest ...
(In Their Words/General Testimonials)
...3:59:57 finish. I started fueling early and often, and was very diligent about my hydration during the race ... and although mile 21 was my slowest (mile 1 being the second slowest), I managed to ha...
Tuesday, 06 March 2007

23. I am not only a better athlete, but a better person ...
(In Their Words/Coaching Testimonials)
...en not only involves the physical effort, but also the mental effort needed to successfully train and race. I know I can count on Allan to encourage me to be the best I can be. I can call him anyt...
Tuesday, 16 January 2007

24. Dizzy Fifties Recap
(News/Client News)
...turn to ultras this season was capped with a 50 mile time of 9:48:31. I think it's time to get that race crew ready for 2008!  ...
Friday, 15 December 2006

25. The Long And The Short Of It All
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...ption/conclusion is that training for all of these events is very different. Is it proportionate to the race distance (i.e an Olympic distance is 2 times a sprint distance, thus requiring 2 times the ...
Saturday, 25 November 2006

26. The Triathlete's Pyramid
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
...ower session. Briefly stated, you need to develop greater power output than you plan on using in your race/event. For example, when training for a marathon, you would do interval training at your 10...
Wednesday, 20 September 2006

27. Inspirational, friendly and interactive coach ...
(In Their Words/General Testimonials)
...ns and completing triathlons without injury are important ideas in many of our lives. However, when the race is over or the injury is successfully healed, the only memories we cherish forever are the ...
Wednesday, 02 August 2006

28. Superb coaching skills ...
(In Their Words/Coaching Testimonials)
...aching skills helped me take my triathlon training to the next level! I am a full-time professional who races as an amateur triathlete. My biggest struggle was trying to find the time to train and com...
Wednesday, 02 August 2006

29. Faster, stronger, smarter ...
(In Their Words/Coaching Testimonials)
... IM distance all in the same year and this on LESS training time. The only reason I did not PR a sprint race is that I never got one on the calendar! Frankly, between my orthopedic physician and Allan...
Saturday, 29 July 2006

30. Newton Was A Triathlete
(Blog/Coaching Insights)
... velocity? The primary means is by training at a pace that is, in effect, faster than that at which you race – or simply increasing the intensity/velocity of training. If the basic mechanism...
Saturday, 29 July 2006

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